After talking to some users, I realized that the expected behaviour of users keeps evolving, as Stack Overflow grows.
How has this behaviour changed, let's say in the last couple of years?
Edit: I've seen the types of questions that have generated huge numbers of upvotes, but if you ask them now, you get shot down! That's not easy for new users to understand.
Take this question for example: What is Node.js?
Can I ask, what is "Dart Language ?" and get away with it? Mostly by being on SO you find these questions, and I personally really benefit from them. But if you ask similar questions on much less significant topics too, it's not appreciated. I'm not complaining; I've been told it's the evolution of stackoverflow.
I thought it appropriate for a meta discussion. Am I wrong?
Behavior standing the test of time: Requirement to make effort to bring the attention of the users to the actual question, and away from, whether it should be asked or not, has not changed!